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Salvation

Riding on a country road,
with no one else around;
Fearsome thoughts stir in my mind,
which cause my heart to pound.

The sun is fading up ahead,
as a storm begins to brew;
Each tree along this narrow lane,
shakes and quivers right on cue.

I stop when up ahead I see,
a dark foreboding scene;
Where massive clouds fill up the sky,
and turn from gray to green.

A monstrous wind flies through the air,
which carries leaves away;
And when the rain pounds on the roof,
My car is led astray.

Then from the ghastly show above,
a golden ring appears;
Encircling the wayward skies,
till heaven's light is clear.

The coolness of the misty air,
which covers me with love;
Reminds me that I'm not alone,
while bells ring from up above.

A chorus of angelic hosts,
has whisked my fears away;
And with comfort felt within my soul,
I drive off to face the day.
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Salvation , by Fran McClelland 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Fran McClelland 4 months ago
relieving such an awesome plight ! 
Fran McClelland 4 months ago
Faith endures ! 
Fran McClelland 3 months ago
We could all use some of that LIGHT right about now !! 
Coy Day 4 months ago
good
Fran McClelland 4 months ago
thank you, Coy ! 
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